
3D2D StokesDarcy coupling for the modelling of seepage with an application to fluidstructure interaction with contact
In this note we introduce a mixed dimensional StokesDarcy coupling wher...
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Immersed boundary simulations of fluid shearinduced deformation of a cantilever beam
We derive a mathematical model and the corresponding computational schem...
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An Embedded Boundary Approach for Resolving the Contribution of Cable Subsystems to Fully Coupled FluidStructure Interaction
Many engineering systems contain cables as subsystems including suspensi...
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Multidimensional coupling: A variationally consistent approach to fiberreinforced materials
A novel mathematical model for fiberreinforced materials is proposed. I...
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On the LagrangianEulerian Coupling in the Immersed Finite Element/Difference Method
The immersed boundary (IB) method is a nonbody conforming approach to f...
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Fluidstructure interaction simulations with a LES filtering approach in solids4Foam
We consider the interaction of an incompressible fluid described by a Le...
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Selfattenuation of extreme events in NavierStokes turbulence
Turbulent fluid flows are ubiquitous in nature and technology, and are m...
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Fluidbeam interaction: Capturing the effect of embedded slender bodies on global fluid flow and vice versa
This work addresses research questions arising from the application of geometrically exact beam theory in the context of fluidstructure interaction (FSI). Geometrically exact beam theory has proven to be a computationally efficient way to model the behavior of slender structures while leading to rather wellposed problem descriptions. In particular, we propose a mixeddimensional embedded finite element approach for the coupling of onedimensional geometrically exact beam equations to a threedimensional background fluid mesh, referred to as fluidbeam interaction (FBI) in analogy to the wellestablished notion of FSI. Here, the fluid is described by the incompressible isothermal NavierStokes equations for Newtonian fluids. In particular, we present algorithmic aspects regarding the solution of the resulting oneway coupling schemes and, through selected numerical examples, analyze their suitability not only as standalone methods but also for an extension to a full twoway coupling scheme.
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